Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 30th, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 30 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2327) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12548) people are currently under detention and (1495) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 30, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3121) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

On September 21, at around 1 am, junta forces went into Yone Pin Village in Khin-U Township, Sagaing Region and detained a local called Nyunt Linn. On September 23, Nyunt Linn’s hands were tied behind his back and he was shot dead.

On September 23, at 7:30 pm, Jee Nan, from Ka War Yan Village in Mogaung Township, Kachin State, was shot dead by junta forces. Jee Nan suffered from a mental disorder. She was shot dead when she went near a Light Infantry Battalion-384 and 385 junta base.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

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Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 29th, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 29 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2326) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12543) people are currently under detention and (1494) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 29, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3121) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

On September 27, at 3:30 pm, Infantry Battalion-250 and Light Infantry Battalion-422, fired indiscriminate heavy weaponry from Loikaw Township, Kayah State. One of the artillery shells landing in Kone Thar Village, Loikaw Township, killed a 55-year-old woman in her house on the spot, whilst two local villagers were also seriously injured.

6 people, including Justin Min Hein, LGBT Union Mandalay’s Chairman, along with the first and second vice-chairmen and a joint-secretary of Youths Union (Central), were detained by the junta forces. The six active anti-military dictatorship strikers in Yangon City have been lost contact with since September 26.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 28th, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 28 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2324) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12540) people are currently under detention and (1493) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 28, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3121) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

On September 27, Htet Htet Khaing, the host of Ye Kyi Yar on BBC News Media Action, was sentenced by Insein Prison’s Special Court to 3 years in prison with hard labor. Htet Htet Khaing was sentenced under the Unlawful Association Law Section 17 (1). She had previously been sentenced to 3 years in prison with hard labor under Penal Code Section 505A, on September 15.

On September 25, a column of around 60 junta troops advanced towards Shwebo Town from Khin-U Town, Sagaing Region, and shot at 2 farmers in the fields on the side of a road near Myay Ni Sho Village. Kyaw San Myint died, while Ohn Shwe  was shot in the thigh and seriously injured.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

 

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 27th, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 27 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2322) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12519) people are currently under detention and (1491) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 27, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3121) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

On September 25, at around 2 pm, Aung Htay Oo was arrested by  junta soldiers and police. The Hsar Hmaw Village NLD Chairman in Mogaung Township, Kachin State, was detained for alleged support to the PDF and alleged involvement in bombings.

On September 22, at 7 am, Saw Arr Htaw Moo from Kyun Pin Seik Village in Kyaukkyi Township, Bago Region, stepped on a landmine after returning from checking his fish-trap. As soon as the mine exploded, junta LIB-603 arrived. Unable to stop the bleeding, villagers attempted to transport Saw Arr Htaw Moo to Kyaukkyi Town but they were prohibited from doing so. They were only able to transport him to Nat Than Kwin. But before they arrived Saw Arr Htaw Moo died from loss of blood at 11 am near Wae Gyi Village ahead of Nat Than Kwin.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 26th, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 26 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of (2319) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12500) people are currently under detention and (1491) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 26, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3121) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

On September 25, at around 11 pm, Operation Control Command No.9, based in Kyauktaw Town, Rakhine State, indiscriminately fired heavy weaponry. One of the artillery shells landed on a house in Nagara Village, Kyauktaw Township, killing 7-year old Ko Naing (aka Maung Gyi).

On September 23, at around 3 pm, Win Naing, the father of Aunglan Township NLD Youth Correspondent in Magway Region, Thura Naing, was detained by junta forces without cause. Thura Naing is evading an arrest warrant under Penal Code Section 505A for participation in anti-military dictatorship protests.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 23rd, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 23 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of  (2316) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12464) people are currently under detention and (1483) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 23, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3121) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

On September 21, at 1 pm, an junta artillery division, stationed in Loikaw, Kayah State, fired heavy weaponry indiscriminately. 2 of the artillery shells landed into Saung Kan (Shan) Village in Loikaw Township, killing a local named Jue.

On September 22, junta forces stationed in Shwe Paw Kyunn Pagoda in Shwegu Township, Kachin State, fired heavy weaponry indiscriminately at villages on the other side of the river in Shwegu. One of the artillery shells exploded in Moe Sitt Village, killing 12-year old Zwe Naing Win on the spot while another woman lost her leg. Other villagers were also injured, whilst 2 households were burnt down.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 22nd, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 22 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of  (2311) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12462) people are currently under detention and (1490) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 22, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3114) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

Ye Soe Kyaw, a teacher from Htet Myat Thu Private High School in Lewe Township, Nay Pyi Taw, was sentenced by a Nay Pyi Taw Prison special court to 20 years in prison. Ye Soe Kyaw was sentenced under the Counter-Terrorism Law Section 50(J), on September 20. On January 5, junta forces arrested him while he was teaching at school, accusing him of supporting the PDF.

On September 18, Soe Linn Paing and Phoe Sal were farming near Wat Khot Village, Gway Kone Village Tract, Yesagyo Township, Magway Region when they were killed by junta forces who arrived in the afternoon.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 21st, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 21 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of  (2299) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12455) people are currently under detention and (1485) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 21, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3114) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

On September 17, Light Infantry Battalion 351 stationed in Natthankwin Bridge indiscriminately shot heavy weaponry into Taung Su Village, Kyaukkyi Township, Bago Region. A local woman named Naw Thoo Lay Phaw was hit and killed by heavy weaponry shrapnel. Locals in Taung Su Village fled outside the village when military troops forcibly located them. After Naw Thoo Lay Phaw returned to the village to retrieve rice, she was struck by the heavy weaponry when she was trying to leave the village.

On September 20, seven female anti-dictatorship protestors and one male driver were sentenced by Hpakant Township Court in Kachin State. They were charged under Penal Code Section 505A after being arrested by military soldiers whilst returning from a demonstration on July 13. The female protestors were called Mar Mar Linn, Khin Toe, Than Ngwe, Htay Htay Khaing, Sandar Shwe Thein, Myint Myint Than and Khin Lae, were sentenced to one year and six months’ imprisonment and male driver, Thein Tun, was sentenced to two years and seven months’ imprisonment under Penal Code Section 505A and other sections.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 20th, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 20 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of  (2299) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12444) people are currently under detention and (1477) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 20, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3114) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

In Hakha Township, Chin State, an ethnic-Chin vocalist called Mercy Ngun Tha Cinwas was arrested by the junta forces on September 18, at around 9 am. Mercy Ngun Tha Cinwas was detained for alleged connection to the PDF whilst at her Chin traditional clothing shop, Cengkerh Collection.

On September 18, at around 9 pm, Lal Madee, an ethnic-Lisu from Ward 2, Arlan Village in Myitkyina Township, Kachin State was killed.  Lal Madee was going to check on his bamboo raft at a pier when he ran into the junta forces. Junta troops tried to stop him, but when he fled in fear, they shot him. His body was then set on fire near a river bank.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

 

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 19th, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 19 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of  (2298) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12435) people are currently under detention and (1474) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 19, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3114) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

On September 16, at around 4 am, the armed wing of the junta fired separate heavy and light weaponry into Na Nwin Kaing  Village, from Kyauk Rik Base, Myaung Township, Sagaing Region. 70-year old Kyi Tin who was seeking refuge in a monastery was killed by an artillery shell in the assault. 

On August 27, Khin Myo Nwel was detained by the armed wing of the Junta in Zee Phyu Kone Village, Twantay Township, Yangon Region. On August 29, junta forces reported to her family that she was dead. The junta did not mention a cause of death. Khin Myo Nwel’s family went to Mingaladon Military Hospital on August 30, but could only see her face.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 16th, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 16 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of  (2281) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12412) people are currently under detention and (1472) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 16, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3112) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

In the morning of September 16, the armed wing of the junta fired heavy weapons indiscriminately into Mobye Town, Pekon Township, Shan State. One of the artillery shells exploded on Mway Taw Monastery in Mobye Town, resulting in the deaths of two sisters, who were 10 and 7 years-old, and 2 men aged 50-years-old. They were among people seeking refuge in the monastery and 13 others were seriously injured in the attack.

Htet Htet Khaing, a reporter and presenter of the BBC Media Action, was sentenced to three years in prison with hard labour under Section 505A of the Penal Code. She was arrested on the night of August 15, 2021, at Shwe Gon Yeik Mon Housing in Bahan Township by Junta forces. 

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

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“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP

Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

September 15th, 2022 Posted in Daily Briefing since Coup, Slide show | Comments Off on Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup

Updated 15 September 2022   

According to AAPP documentation, at least (760) houses and buildings have been sealed off by Junta between February 2021 and August 2022.  

Since the February 1, 2021 military coup and the emergence of the Spring Revolution, a total of  (2276) people, pro-democracy activists and other civilians have been killed through military crackdown following pro-democracy movements.             

Since the coup, a total of (12406) people are currently under detention and (1472) are serving sentences. There are a total of (84) post-coup death row prisoners as of September 15, 2022. (121) people have been sentenced in absentia, of whom (42) have been sentenced to death. This makes a total of (126) who have been sentenced to death. (22) people have been released on bail and (3112) people have already been released. These are the numbers verified by AAPP. The actual numbers are likely much higher. We will continue to update accordingly. 

On September 12, Nay Thu Tun (aka Pu Pu), living in Kan Pale Village, Kale Township, Sagaing Region, was arrested by the armed wing of the Junta at around 2 pm for allegedly being a member of the PDF.  His life is in danger as he was was severely tortured. 

On August 29, 17-year old Thet Wai Aung from Shwe Kyaung Village, Yesagyo Township, Magway Region, was fishing with her father in Chindwin River when she was shot by a junta sniper. She died in transport to Pakokku Hospital.

AAPP will continue to inform on verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update the lists with details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against, CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent, please submit to the following addresses: fatality-data@aappb.org  detention-data@aappb.org 

Interactive sub-domain for AAPP data: https://coup.aappb.org/ 

Click on the below links to view AAPP data:

Killed – bit.ly/3taCmp3

Total Arrested – bit.ly/3t7IE90

Still Detained – bit.ly/3m3Z8Lm

Released – bit.ly/3MbC3kd

Death Penalty in Detention – https://bit.ly/3BmDPO0 

Click on the link “How to find and filter on Airtable”: https://youtu.be/OoyTSNG7zv4

Email : info@aappb.org

Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/burmapoliticalprisoners/

Twitter : https://twitter.com/aapp_burma

“Our uprising must succeed” 

In Solidarity, 

AAPP